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I recently bought the ct6 and I must say I'm very impressed so far, folds down very nicely and is easy to store, I had the m1 pro 2017 before and this is a whole lot better, draw backs for me are having to remove the battery to charge and making sure battery is switched on, the weight is quite substantial too, (on par with the original m1)
my friend has the fx7 GPS and if the front wheel folded down I'd have bought that instead, the pro who rent out the m1 2021 says the powakaddy is the better of the 2, go to a shop with you full bag and test them out
 

Imurg

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Just after we got back to playing after Lockdown 1 I was going to get a CT6 but everywhere was out of stock
1 shop had the Motocaddy M3Pro so I bought that instead.
Its been superb. Equally a small as the CT6.
Coming up to 2 faultles years of heavy use..and I mean heavy!
Currently averaging 11 holes per day.
 

GallowayGolfer

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I have ordered the motocaddy m1 from hot golf. Got a good deal. A free adapter for accessories and free travel bag. I bought the umbrella holder too.

Hot golf do 10% off first orders. So all in it cost me £562 when the trolley alone is priced at £599 at most other outlets.
 
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